Hello Hollywood LbNA # 21989 (ARCHIVED)
|Placed Date||Apr 22 2006|
|Last Found||Jul 11 2007|
John Williams Park is located on the north side of Sheridan Street, about three miles west of Interstate 95 and just west of US 441. It is a neighborhood park which contains a hammock of trees that provide refuge for birds, squirrels and other wildlife in the middle of a very commercial area. It's a nice spot for a picnic, a playground and a little walk.
Enter the park,well before dark.
Pass the wildlife sign, walk in a straight line.
To your left on the way,
The children can play.
On the right you see a campfire ring,
Through that clearing, you should spring.
Back on the path,near the vertical curl,
Head to the east whether boy or girl.
To the left, a tipsy trash can stood,
To the right, a platform made of wood.
On the ground are scattered lots of sticks,
Look on the right to find post number 6.
At post #6, take 30 paces along the path,
Carefully now, just a little math.
Turn right at the fence that forms a V.
It's made that way because of a tree.
Ahead you will see a large oak tree with a palmetto as its neighbor,
Look at the base on the south side of the tree and there will end your labor.